Information Technology for European Advancement (ITEA)
Ambitious industries, SMEs, start-ups, knowledge institutes, universities and end-user organisations
The development of software innovationsMore information
With the Eureka programme, the Dutch ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate alongside the European Commission stimulate organisations which focus on market-oriented R&D. ITEA is a strategic European research programme aimed at the development of software intensive services and systems.
For whom is ITEA?
ITEA4 supports large-scale software innovations initiated from the industry. The grant is accessible for European partnerships between large industry, SMEs, start-ups, research institutes, universities and user organisations (profit or non-profit). A consortium must consist of at least two partners from two different countries, either both from different Eureka Member Countries or a Eureka Member Country and one Eureka Associated Country.
The grant scheme stimulates market-oriented and applied research in the field of software-intensive services and systems. Your project must challenge one or more of the following themes:
- Smart Mobility
- Smart Health
- Safety and Security
- Smart Engineering
- Smart Communities
- Smart Cities
- Smart Industry
Below you will find preliminary deadlines for the upcoming call. These dates are subject to change:
|Opening of the call||13 September 2022|
|Online ITEA Project Outline Preparation Days||13 – 14 September 2022|
|Deadline submission of Project Outlines (POs)||15 November 2022 (closed)|
|Letter of Intent||29 November 2022|
|Announcement of POs invited for Full Project Proposal (FPP) submission & rejected POs||19 December 2022|
|Deadline submission FPPs||February 2023 (closed)|
|Declaration of Acceptance (DoA)||March 2023|
|Announcement of labelled and rejected FPPs||End of March/Beginning of April 2023|
|National funding applications||Q4 2022 – Q2 2023|
When the 2023 opening is announced, it will be communicated here.
Would you like to know more about ITEA?
Contact us via 088 495 20 00 or fill in the form below for more information on topics such as the eligibility criteria or the application and evaluation process. Our specialists would be pleased to support you with the grant acquisition process.